Your best source of scholarships is generally going to be the schools you're applying to. If you aren't likely to qualify for need-based aid (aid based solely on financial need), then look for schools that offer merit scholarships. Some schools (such as the Ivy League schools) only offer need-based aid, but many liberal arts schools offer generous merit scholarships, as do some state universities. Your chances of receiving financial aid improve if you are a good student because you'll have a better chance of actually finishing college. There are many websites out there with information about colleges. Start with collegeboard.com and then look for others.